October is and we challenge you THE BIG VISIT MONTH to get out and visit a lodge you've never visited. This is a great opportunity to meet other Five of Nine Club members from across the Province and forge lasting friendship.
On Saturday 10th February we are heading to the Province of Bristol, where we will be attending one of the newest Masonic Lodges being not even a year old; Scoutcraft Lodge No 9936 at Freemasons Hall, Bristol to witness a 1st degree ceremony, this ceremony of initiation will be completed in full Bristol Workings.
On Saturday 25th November we are heading north of the border again! Following on from the success of our trip last year a visit to Lodge St. Bryde No 579, Glasgow, Scotland has been planned to watch their annual installation meeting.
On Saturday 4th November members of the Five Of Nine Club have been invited to offer their support at the initiation of a 29-year-old soldier who lives in Rugby. His initiation ceremony will take place at 5pm at Wyley Lodge No 3836, St Mary Magdalen Chapel, Guy's Cliffe, Warwick, CV34 5YD.
The Five of Nine Club is honoured to host the Tercentenary year's New and Young Masons Clubs (NYMC) Conference, which will see representatives of NYMC from across the country come to together for their annual meeting, working collectively for the benefit of clubs across the country.
As you know, each year the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire holds an event for Initiates at which those Brethren who have been initiated within the past year are invited with their partners to meet the Provincial Team. This year it will be in the form of a Dinner and will be held at The Manor Hotel, 127 Main Road, Meriden, CV7 7NH on Thursday 12th October 2017, at 7 pm for 7.30 pm.
How do people receive their rank and what they do? Have you ever wondered what all the symbols mean? How is the lodge run, how is the province organised? By answering these and many more questions, the Five of Nine Club is setting out to help you in your daily advancement in Masonic knowledge!
On Saturday 29th of July 2017 at 12:00 pm you can find out! The Five of Nine Club will proudly host “In the Body of a Lodge” Masonic Educational event at St. Paul's Club, 34 St. Paul's Square Birmingham, B3 1QZ
St. Paul’s Club is a Warwickshire Masonic meeting room and can be reached by car or foot from central Birmingham and is conveniently located near to St Paul’s Tram Stop and Snowhill Train Station with ample parking at Ludgate Hill Car Park.
- Provincial Rank and Promotion
- How is a Province organised and run?
- Explanation of Aprons, the colour and symbology of the aprons (EA to Grand Rank)
- Lodge Offices and how does a standard lodge work?
- Masonic Etiquette: Behaviour in and out of the Lodge room.
“…we’re off to the bar!”
Following the In the Body of a Lodge event, we cordially invite you to join us for a Five of Nine Club social at The Queens Arms, 150 Newhall Street, Birmingham B3 1RY at 3:15 pm, following our time-honoured mantra at the Five of Nine Club
The Queens Arms is just a couple of minutes’ walk from St Paul’s Club.
To sign up to this event and join us for what will be an intriguing and fun afternoon please contact our Masonic Secretary, Andy at email@example.com no later than Saturday 24th July.
The key speakers at the event are:
- WBro Peter Sorrill, ProvGMENTOR PAGDC (Five of Nine Club Vice President)
- WBro Howard Smith, ProvJGW
The event is:
- FREE for Five of Nine Club members.
- £5 for non-members and/or guests.
You have the wonderful opportunity to witness and be a part of an amazing and rare event. On Saturday 3rd June, the Assistant Grand Master the Right Worshipful Brother Sir David Wootten, President of the UGLE University Scheme will be consecrating the new Collegiate Lodge No. 9943 in Coventry in the province of Warwickshire.
The 2017 Meeting will be open to ALL Masons including Entered Apprentices and Fellowcrafts, together with Wives, Partners and Friends. Brethren and Guests are to be seated by 10.30am. Lunch will follow the meeting and will be finished by 3.30pm.
Have you ever heard of amongst others the names Royal Arch, Mark Masons or Knights Templar? Do you wonder what these orders are and how you can join them? The Five of Nine Club are setting out to help you in your daily advancement in Masonic knowledge!
Universities Scheme visit to Quarterly Communication
Whilst the event is aimed primarily at members of Scheme Lodges, it is open to interest from other younger members in the Province whether individually or through a ‘Light Blue Club’.
On Wednesday 14th September, members of all Lodges within the Universities Scheme who are Master Masons and above, are cordially invited to attend the first Scheme visit to Quarterly Communication. Quarterly Communication (QC) is an official meeting of the governing body of Freemasonry (UGLE) and is always presided over by one of the Rulers of the Craft (the Grand Master, Pro GM, DepGM or AGM).